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George Shilling Pedcast

A Conversation With Record producer, Composer & Audio Engineer – George Shilling

If you want to book George for your project, you can contact him here: (more…)

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songwriting tips

Songwriting Tips For Overcoming Writer’s Block

How many times have you wanted desperately to write a killer tune, but the moment you sit down to work on something you don’t know where to begin? Maybe you began creating a song and halfway through got completely stuck, or everything you came up…

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airgigs-spotify

Announcing Editorial Airgigs Spotify Playlists

Over the years, songwriters and producers have been able to create thousands of songs through the Airgigs platform. We are incredibly proud of the projects that we’ve been able to be a part of. As a way to help our clients promote their music, Airgigs…

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Merch Madness

Merch Madness: What the other Merch articles don’t tell you

With CD sales on the decline and touring expenses increasing how’s a band or artist to make money these days? One of the best ways as always…MERCH! While I’ve seen many articles on how to sell more merch I don’t believe any have hit on…

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History & Evolution Of The Fuzz Pedal (Fuzz Face, Tone Bender & Big Muff)

Session and touring pro Mark Marshall does a deep dive into the history and evolution of the fuzz pedal. Fuzz is often a misunderstood sound with a number of different subtle shades and colors. He begins with an exploration of the 3 classic fuzz pedal…

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How To Choose A Session Singer

Top rated AirGigs session pro Mella, shares her tips on choosing the right session singer for your project. She covers: - The importance of understanding a singer's range and their vocal type (Bass, Tenor, Alto & Soprano) - Knowing what you want in terms of…

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working with a session drummer

3 Tips For Working With A Remote Session Drummer

Working with a remote session drummer is a great way to add high quality live drums to your song. While drum sampling has come a long way, a real drummer will bring feel, dynamics, and creativity to a song that samples won’t. Here are a…

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In Session With Eric From Green Cave Studio

Green Cave Studio is a professional recording studio based in Italy. Eric is a multi-instrumentalist with a passion for pop, rock and metal production. He creates professional orchestral arrangements for songs, cinema, symphonic metal, spot music, soundtracks and more. You can contact him here:

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5 Tips for Sending Songs to a Mixing Engineer

5 Tips for Sending Songs to a Mixing Engineer

There are many different reasons to have someone else mix your songs. Whether you’ve recorded in your bedroom and want a more professional sound or if you’re a pro just looking for another set of ears to make your project better, the following are some…

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What Is Remote Recording

What Is Remote Recording And Why Should You Care

Remote recording, online sessions, file sharing - while the things these terms describe are nothing new, there are many musicians and songwriters that don’t understand them. Like many developments on the internet, there isn’t a universal nomenclature, and terms are used loosely. Which is why…

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Michael Wagener Interview

Interview With Renowned Mixing Engineer & Producer, Michael Wagener

Our man Chris Dunnett sits down with legendary producer/engineer Michael Wagener for an in-depth interview in his Nashville studio. Michael is best known for his work with hard hitting artists like Metallica, Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Motley Crue, Poison, Dokken, Accept, Great White, Plasmatics,…

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In Session With Top Session Drummer – Brian Petry (GMSDRUMMER)

Contact Brian about your project Brian Petry is a GMS Drums Artist from Lafayette, LA. He has a ton of experience tracking: Rock, funk, country, blues, electronic pop/dance, and more. With over 230 reviews (at the time of this writing) he's one of the most…

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